Globe photos of the week, Oct. 18, 2013 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Emily Woodward of Watertown traced the outline of her son Henry, 4, at the Christian Science Plaza. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff A Boston Ballet rehearsal of Act III from "La Bayadere." The piece is called "The Kingdom of Shades" and features 32 female dancers in classical rehearsal tutus on two large ramps. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Ferdinand Snyder of New Orleans danced as he marched down Massachusetts Avenue with the Original Big 7 Social Aid & Pleasure Club during the Honk Fest Parade in Cambridge. Wendy Maeda/globe staff New BSO conductor Andris Nelsons arrived for a rehearsal at Boston Symphony Hall in Boston. Lane Turner/globe staff Democratic group Budget for All protested in front of Massachusetts GOP Party headquarters. Irate seniors, veterans, tenants, parents and government workers protested what they saw as a Republican government shutdown. Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff A worker carried a section of the new spire to be raised on The First Church of Monson, which was destroyed two years ago by a tornado. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Tim Lopes of Scituate was in the water as his boat did not align very well on the boat trailer for hauling out at Scituate Harbor. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff A parade of parents and their children followed the Hot Tamale Brass Band around the Christian Science Center pool as part of the Fenway Cultural District. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Sean Moone of Milton, with Grant, 5, and Ethan Moone, 3, cast their nets into the pond at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Jane Pepin Potter of Leominster hugged family member Matthew Pepin after the remains of her uncle, Private First Class Norman P. Dufresne, were brought home to Leominster 63 years after he died in the Korean War. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff From the driver’s seat, Brian Howley prayed with Diane Waterfield, right, during a Drive In Prayer event at Christ Lutheran Church in Scituate. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Massachusetts State Bomb Squad Trooper Eric Gahagan helped rescue a dog from the woods at the scene of a truck rollover from Route 495 South onto the Massachusetts Turnpike. Gahagan and other passersby chased the spooked dog, while another dog and the owners had to be cut out of the truck. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Boston police Officer Heather MacKenzie rolled a watermelon treat to Asian elephants from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus during the annual North End Elephant Brunch. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Jack Cumming of Sudbury stretched before the start of the BAA half marathon in Boston. Barry Chin/Globe staff After breaking his stick, BU's Matt Grzelcyk (5) went down to block a shot by Branden Gracel (26) of UMass in first period action. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff New Orleans Saints player Kenny Stills made a 34-yard touchdown reception beating New England Patriots Alfonzo Dennard (37) and Steve Gregory during fourth quarter action at Gillette Stadium. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia (39) was surrounded by his teammates after his walk off single in the ninth inning that drove in the winning run against the Detroit Tigers in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew dived but couldn’t make the play on a 7th inning single up the middle by the Victor Martinez of the Detroit Tigers during Game 3 of the American League Championship Series at Comerica Park. Stan Grossfeld/globe staff Prince Fielder was thwarted by a Fenway spectator for foul ball in the ninth inning. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox batter Xander Bogaerts popped up to end Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester (31) initially bobbledthe bunt laid down by Detroit Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias (1) but recovered and scooped the ball to first base in time to get Iglesias out in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series at Comerica Park in Detroit. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Pitcher Jake Peavy went to the Red Sox dugout after he was removed from ALCS playoff game 4. Stan Grossfeld/globe staff David Ortiz carried Koji Uehara after he saved a 1-0 victory over Detroit in Game 3. Stan Grossfeld/globe staff Detroit Tigers fielder Torii Hunter fell into the bullpen trying to catch David Ortiz’s home run in the eighth inning of ALCS Game 2, as Boston police Officer Steve Horgan celebrated. Bill Greene/globe staff Fans celebrated David Ortiz's home run in the bleachers.